Some evaluators will give you their Top 30, or even Top 50 prospects for a team. Truth be told, the differences in terms of overall tools and MLB potential gets less and less the farther you go down an organization's list of prospects, which is why it's very tough to get past the Top 20. … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 11-20 Prospects
Ok, if you're scoring at home, it's been a little more than ten days since the last post. This is not a ranking of the Blue Jays Top 10 prospects - it's a snapshot of who the top performers have been. 1. Ryan Noda, Lansing Noda tops the charts for the second straight time. This … Continue reading Blue Jays Last Ten Hot Sheet
It may be only early June, but we're rapidly reaching the half way point in the minor league baseball season. Players have had their ups and downs, which is to be expected, because the minors are one big learning process. No other sport has a developmental system as elaborate as baseball's, and it's inevitable that … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Pitching Prospects
Trying to determine which Pitching prospects in the organization might have a breakout season in 2018 is more difficult than it is for position players. This administration has proven that they're not afraid of promoting relievers to multiple levels over the course of the season, but with pitch limits a factor, they're more conservative with … Continue reading Blue Jays Breakout Pitching Prospect Candidates
The 2016 1st round pick has found redemption in the desert. Limited to all of 12 innings after a late May stint on the disabled list that stretched into the summer, T.J. Zeuch has been drawing rave reviews for his work in the Arizona Fall League. Count MLB.com's Mike Rosenbaum, who caught him in action … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects #6 T.J. Zeuch
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